If you’re single, chances are you’ve dipped into online dating sites that promise pearls, but more often than not, only deliver rocks.
Singles advice guru Marnie Macauley has humorous and savvy solutions for relationship problems that arise as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches.
It’s hard for a man to think clearly when a woman says one thing but means another and unspoken promises flow from her inviting lips.
No one hatched from an egg. Even when you’re living single, there’s bound to be issues with family members who “egg” you on. What to do? Ask Marnie.
Let’s face it, sometimes one date isn’t enough. If you really want to increases your chances in this dating game, you’ve got to maximize your opportunities.
Sometimes what you think you want isn’t what you really want at all – and that includes a wife and kids.
Dating and finding a long term relationship or even marriage is supposed to be the plan, but how often do we end up realizing it’s better to be single?
Who pays on a date? Time to train your boss? A booty call or love? Ask Simon, our stylish English purveyor of “spot on” advice.